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1 IPO Watch Europe bn European IPO proceeds raised in 2014 (excl. greenshoe), almost double the 26.5bn raised in IPOs Companies listed in 2014 in Europe, up 34% on the 279 IPOs in m Average European offering value 2014, an increase of 13% on the 173m in 2013

2 Contents Introduction: 2014 the most successful year since Economic outlook 4 Outlook for European IPO trends 6 European exchange activity by value 8 European exchange activity by volume 9 Top ten IPOs in Europe 10 European IPOs by sector 11 European Private Equity (PE) backed IPOs 12 Pricing and performance of top five European IPOs 13 Market volatility and performance 14 Further offers in Europe 15 UK focus Overview 16 Pricing and performance of top five UK IPOs 17 Relative performance of London IPOs in Private equity trends 19 Industry trends 20 Global perspective Overview 21 US 22 Hong Kong 23 Global crossborder IPOs 24 Appendix 26 About IPO Watch Europe 29 2

3 2014 the most successful year since 2007 With 375 companies raising almost 50bn in Europe, 2014 saw a bumper crop of companies coming to market proceeds of 49.5bn raised were nearly double that raised in 2013 and such levels of activity have not been seen since 2007, pre financial crisis. Having said that it was a year of two halves as 68% of proceeds were raised before the summer break. The second half of the year saw a cooling of the market, especially in London, Europe s most active market, where only 18% of total proceeds for the year were raised in the second half. This increased investor caution and increased volatility at the end of the summer led to the year finishing off more with a whimper than a bang. In addition we saw a rise in the number of pulled or postponed IPOs as companies delayed plans to list citing market conditions, particularly in the second half of the year. Overall activity in 2014 has therefore become more geographically balanced with exchanges in continental Europe strongly improving versus prior year, with two of the top 5 IPOs listing on Euronext Amsterdam. Private equity backed IPOs continued to contribute significantly to activity with increased activity levels seen in 2013 maintained in There has been a resurgence in dual track processes being run to provide pricing tension to investors, and this has led to greater M&A activity. Some heat has come out of the IPO market since H Stronger pipeline Stronger investor demand Strengthening stock market indices Increased volatility Global growth prospects Political and economic instability June 2014 Dec 2014 No one sector has dominated the surge in IPO activity in 2014, although the Financial sector has been strongest raising over 18bn with five of the top 10 listings. 3

4 Economic outlook CEOs more optimistic about mature markets compared to a year ago, however geopolitical uncertainty remains After general optimism in 2014, the outlook in the UK for 2015 is more tempered Our 2015 Global CEO Survey shows that UK CEOs are more confident than their European peers, but the high levels of optimism we saw last year have been tempered by concerns about access to key skills, disruptive trends and geopolitical uncertainty. Despite this increased caution, there is a healthy appetite for M&A as more UK companies look to do deals overseas. UK recovery UK economic growth was around 2.6% in 2014, the fastest in the G7, but is projected to slow to around 2.5% in This economic growth would rank behind the US and Canada, but still ahead of the large European economies. The projected UK slowdown reflects the drag on exports from the ongoing malaise in the Eurozone and an expected intensification of the fiscal squeeze after the general election on 7 May Uncertainty over the outcome of the general election could also dampen business investment in the shortterm and have a knock on impact on the IPO market. Inflation is expected to remain well below its 2% target rate in 2015, which should help to produce a return to positive average real wage growth for the first year since the recession. The Eurozone In January 2015, with the goal of boosting the European economy and heading off deflationary concerns, the ECB announced it will pump 1.1 trillion into the Eurozone, comprising monthly purchases of 60bn of bonds until September The current priority for the ECB is to ensure Eurozone stability by managing the risk of default in Greece following the change of government in the recent election. Global geopolitical risks An escalation of the geopolitical tensions in Russia and Ukraine and in the Middle East could have a negative influence on business confidence, leading businesses to hold back on investment, which would likely exert downward pressure on global growth. Figure 1: UK projections for % Real GDP growth % Inflation % Real GDP growth % Inflation "In the Eurozone as a whole, public spending accounts for nearly 50% of GDP compared with less than 40% in the US and around 43% in the UK. There are some signs of hope. Spain has achieved a turnaround in investment and economic growth and unemployment is now falling albeit from a very high level. The current Spanish government has pursued a consistent programme of labour market and other economic reforms since it came to power in These policies now appear to be bearing fruit. Andrew Sentance Senior Economic Adviser to PwC 4

5 Outlook for 2015 Sensitivity to macro events: Heading into 2015 we continue to see a strong level of preparatory activity by companies across Europe who are planning an IPO. However the success of an IPO is very much linked to macro events such as falling oil prices, deflationary concerns impacting European economies, as well as continued geopolitical uncertainty. Sliding IPO windows: The UK election at the beginning of May will effectively condense the IPO window for the first half of the year with certain candidates likely to delay plans until postelection when there is more clarity over the political landscape. IPOs in continental Europe should be less affected. However, the effects of the Greek election remain to be seen and it is likely that investors will want higher degrees of confidence over stability in related markets before investing. This may delay IPO plans for companies across wider Europe. Dominance of private equity exits: Private equity backed IPOs hit record levels in 2014, representing 56% of European proceeds *. We think that PE exits will continue this trend in 2015, albeit that an increasing number will be running dual track processes thereby driving M&A as well as IPO activity. Continuing midcap activity: In 2014 midcap activity dominated the markets in London where the last jumbo IPO was Royal Mail s 2.3bn privatisation in October Activity on AIM has picked up significantly in 2014 and this will lead to an increasing proportion of midcap floats. Evolving crossborder dynamics: In 2014, 20 European companies listed in the US, raising c. 4.4bn. We anticipate the US markets will continue to lure tech and bio tech companies this year. On this side of the pond, London inbounds only accounted for 26% of proceeds, well below the 39% ten year average. Spinoffs: A number of spinoffs have already been announced in the press, continuing a theme which has arisen over the past couple of years. The pipeline for IPO exits is as strong as ever going into Typically the start of the first quarter is muted but we have seen over 10billion raised in Europe already. I expect that we will witness an increase in crossborder listings in Europe and into the US as well as continued PE backed IPOs. As more companies run with a dual track process, we may see some IPO processes thwarted and instead ending with a sale although overall we continue to be cautiously optimistic about the 2015 pipeline. Mark Hughes Partner, Head of UK Capital Markets Group * Threshold of $50m applied, excluding closedend funds 5

6 European IPO trends 49.5bn proceeds raised in 2014, representing an 87% increase from % of 2014 proceeds raised in Q2 alone Figure 2: Quarterly European IPO activity by value and volume Total European listings comprise those with: Q Q Q Q Less than $5m raised Greater than $5m raised Total number of listings Money raised excl. greenshoe ( m) 26,478 49,537 11,391 22,325 6,615 9,206 Exercised greenshoe ( m) 1,447 2, , Total money raised ( m) 27,925 52,372 12,262 23,609 7,134 9,367 Average offering value ( m)* * Average offering value has been calculated based on total money raised, excluding listings raising less than $5m Figure 3: Half year European IPO activity by value and volume H H H H H H UK Value bn Continental Europe Value bn Number of European IPOs was definitely a year of two halves as the first half of the year raised 33.7bn or 68% of the total proceeds before we saw a significant drop in activity in the second half of the year. This was largely driven by the London market with a drop of 78% in proceeds in H2, partly due to uncertainty caused by the Scottish Referendum. In contrast Continental Europe s decline was less significant at 31% and overall Continental Europe raised total proceeds of 30.1bn. We saw a number of delayed IPOs in It remains to be seen whether those postponed IPOs will try again in the first half in 2015 as companies bide their time waiting for less volatility in the markets. 6

7 European IPO trends 2014 was the best year since 2007 by value with a bumper Q2 contributing 45% of all proceeds Figure 4: Yearly European IPO activity ** Value of IPOs ( bn) Volume of IPOs 10 80,5 14,0 7,1 26,3 27,1 11,3 26,5 49,5 2007* 2008* 2009* 2010* Value bn IPOs Figure 5: Quarterly European IPO activity Value of IPOs ( bn) ,2 13,6 9,4 0,9 2,4 0,8 0,4 7,7 3,3 5,4 3,0 14,8 11,4 22,3 6,6 9,2 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q Volume of IPOs Value bn Greenshoe bn IPOs *Excludes IPOs on Borsa Istanbul and Bucharest ** Excludes greenshoe 7

8 European exchange activity by value London continued to attract the highest activity with 29% of proceeds raised, down from 54% in 2013 Figure 6: European IPO offering value by stock exchange* Stock exchange offering value ( m) ,409 19,394 5,925 9,942 1,899 1,628 2,994 10,495 2,113 4,457 1,747 2,178 5,479 1, ,540 2,172 1,292 4, , Euronext Brussels Euronext Lisbon ,524 1,947 1, , , Deutsche Börse 2,409 3, ,697 Borsa Italiana 1,273 2, ,154 1, Oslo Børs & Oslo Axess 941 1, ,133 SIX Swiss Exchange 745 1,155 1, Irish Stock Exchange London Stock Exchange Euronext total Euronext Amsterdam Euronext Paris NASDAQ OMX BME (Spanish Exchange) Bucharest Q Q Q Q , Athens Stock Exchange Budapest ,478 49,537 11,391 22,325 6,615 9,206 Warsaw Borsa Istanbul Wiener Börse Luxembourg Total Figure 7: Top five stock exchanges in Europe in 2014 (by value) LSE 19.4bn Largest IPO: AA 1,733m (no greenshoe exercised) 4.5bn 13 IPOs raised * Euronext Average IPO proceeds ** 4.5bn 41 IPOs raised * 153m 10.5bn Average IPO proceeds ** 336m Largest IPO: Pershing Square 2,150m ( 2,165m incl. greenshoe) 17 IPOs raised * BME 62 IPOs raised * Average IPO proceeds ** 175m Deutsche Börse Nasdaq OMX 137 IPOs raised * 3.6bn Average IPO proceeds ** 457m Average IPO proceeds ** 400m Largest IPO: ISS 1,098m ( 1,263m incl. greenshoe) Largest IPO: Rocket Internet Largest IPO: Merlin Properties 1,400m ( 1,404m incl. greenshoe) 1,250m ( 1,292m incl. greenshoe) * Excludes greenshoe **Excludes listings raising less than $5m, includes greenshoe 8

9 European exchange activity by volume Significant increase in the level of activity on most European exchanges, but most notably Euronext (Amsterdam and Paris), OMX and Spain Figure 8: European IPO volume by exchange Stock exchange offering volume Q Q Q Q London Stock Exchange NASDAQ OMX Euronext total Euronext Paris Euronext Amsterdam Euronext Brussels Euronext Lisbon Warsaw Borsa Italiana Oslo Børs & Oslo Axess Deutsche Börse Borsa Istanbul BME (Spanish Exchange) SIX Swiss Exchange Irish Stock Exchange Wiener Börse Bucharest Stock Exchange Athens Stock Exchange 1 1 Budapest 1 1 Luxembourg 7 Total Most European exchanges saw a year on year increase in terms of money raised with Euronext tripling its proceeds. London maintained its dominance as the most active European exchange in 2014 with 137 IPOs, representing more than one third of all European IPO activity. In 2014 many continental European exchanges saw strong growth in the number of IPOs compared to the previous year, notably NASDAQ OMX (Nordics), BME (Spain) and Deutsche Börse (Germany). Proceeds across Euronext tripled in 2014 thanks to Amsterdam where Pershing Square, NN Group and Altice all raised more than a billion euros. In Paris proceeds tripled and volumes grew by over 50% year on year. The average deal size in Paris grew by over 90% thanks to five companies raising more than half a billion euros, compared to only one in OMX welcomed ISS and Com Hem in 2014, both raising more than half a billion euros. Proceeds in Italy doubled with Anima and FinecoBank being the largest two IPOs. Spain featured two of the top ten IPOs with Merlin Properties and Applus raising over a billion euros each. This reflects a recovery in European countries hit hard by the financial crisis. 9

10 Top ten IPOs in Europe 2014 saw a balanced spread across European exchanges Figure 9: Top ten European IPOs in 2014 Trading date Company m (excl. greenshoe) m (incl. greenshoe) Sector Q4 Pershing Square 2,150 2,165 Financials Market Euronext Amsterdam Country of origin United States Q2 AA 1,733 1,733 Consumer Services London United Kingdom Yes Q3 NN Group 1,540 1,771 Financials Euronext Amsterdam Netherlands Q4 Rocket Internet 1,400 1,404 Financials Deutsche Börse Germany No Q2 B&M European Value Retail 1,336 1,456 Consumer Services London United Kingdom Yes Q1 Altice 1,305 1,501 Telecommunications Euronext Amsterdam France Q2 Merlin Properties 1,250 1,292 Financials BME Spain No Q2 Applus 1,100 1,210 Industrials BME Spain Yes Q1 ISS 1,098 1,263 Industrials OMX Denmark Yes Q1 Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate Total 13,929 14,923 1,017 1,128 Financials London United Kingdom No PE backed No No No Figure 10: Top ten European IPOs in 2014 (by value*) 72% 28% Top 10 IPOs Other The top ten IPOs were spread across a variety of European exchanges, with Euronext Amsterdam hosting two of the top three IPOs of the year saw increased proceeds with all top ten raising more than a billion euros excluding greenshoe. Financial dominated with consumer services and industrials following a close second. IPO markets across Europe really exploded this year. The top ten IPOs for 2014 were hosted across a range of exchanges and all raised over 1bn. Whether this return of the mega IPO will remain a trend in 2014 remains to be seen, but GrandVision in Amsterdam and Aena in Madrid have already completed their multi billion euro IPO. Vivienne Maclachlan Director, UK Capital Markets Group * Excludes greenshoe 10

11 European IPOs by sector Financials was by far the largest sector with almost 40% of proceeds raised an increase of 6.4bn compared to 2013 Figure 11: Top three European sectors (by value) Financials 87 IPOs raised in ,739m * Average IPO proceeds ** 260m Largest IPO: Pershing Square 2,150m ( 2,165m incl. greenshoe) Consumer Services 59 IPOs raised in ,100m * Average IPO proceeds ** 257m Largest IPO: AA 1,733m (no greenshoe exercised) Industrials 64 IPOs raised in ,032m * Average IPO proceeds ** 200m Largest IPO: Applus 1,100m ( 1,210m incl. greenshoe) Financials was the largest sector in 2014 with total proceeds throughout Europe of 18.7bn, an increase of 6.4bn compared to It s interesting to see that two of the top three IPOs are financials: Pershing Square and NN Group. In addition, regulatory requirements have been driving demergers in the banking sector, such as NN Group and TSB. Damian Guly Partner, Head of UK Transaction Services "Consumer related IPO deals were prolific across Europe in 2014 with an increase of over 300% compared to 2013, it was the sector that saw the largest absolute increase in terms of money raised. Heading into 2015 we expect Consumer Services to remain popular with investors, particularly retail and multichannel related deals." Lisa Hooker Partner, Head of UK Retail and Consumer in Transaction Services Figure 12: Top rising and falling industries in Europe (by value) Risers by Consumer Services From 2.8bn in 2013 to 12.1bn in 2014 Financials 6.4bn Industrials 2.8bn Telecommunication 2.3bn Health Care 1.9bn Fallers by Basic Materials From 1.1bn in 2013 to 0.6bn in 2014 Utilities 0.2bn * Excludes greenshoe **Excludes listings raising less than $5m, includes greenshoe 11

12 European Private Equity (PE) backed IPOs 2014 saw a steady stream of PEbacked IPOs coming to market representing over half of all proceeds raised Figure 13: Volume of European PE backed IPOs as a percentage of all European IPOs * 47% 47% Figure 14: European PE backed IPO proceeds as a percentage of total European IPO proceeds * 56% 56% 25% 29% 32% 14% 11% 12% Similar to 2013 PE backed IPOs maintained their prevalence in 2014, representing 56% of European IPO proceeds. I expect this trend to continue into 2015, albeit an increasing number will be running a dual track process as a result of the uptick in the M&A market. James Fillingham Partner, Transaction Services The largest PE backed IPOs of the year were AA and B&M, whose share prices have increased in comparison to their offer price by +41% and +6% respectively by the end of The positive aftermarket performance of PE deals has been critical for continued IPO exits by PE sponsors, who seek to capture robust market valuations. As shown in figure 15 Consumer Services and Industrials have dominated in terms of both proceeds and volume. Figure 15: European PE backed IPOs by industry (2014, bn) PE IPO proceeds ( bn) Consumer Services Industrials Financials Consumer Goods Health Care Telecom Basic Materials Technology Oil & Gas Number of PE IPOs * European IPOs raising over $50m, excluding closedend funds Source: Dealogic 12

13 Pricing and performance of top five European IPOs Four of the top five IPOs outperformed their index after pricing at midpoint or higher Figure 16: IPO price versus published price range of top 5 European IPOs, % 10% 0% 10% 20% Pershing Square AA NN Group Rocket Internet B&M Offer price Price range Figure 17: Performance of top 5 European IPOs, ,0% 24,2% 20,9% 2,5% 2,5% 5,6% 4,0% 2,4% 1,1% 2,4% Pershing Square AA NN Group Rocket Internet B&M Share performance as at 31 Dec 2014 (%) Index performance as at 31 Dec 2014 (%) Note: Relative to the main index of the domestic exchange Source: Dealogic 13

14 Market volatility and performance Increasing volatility at the end of 2014, resulting from geopolitical instability and declining oil prices Figure 18: Volatility compared to IPO proceeds IPO of bpost and Partnership Assurance IPO of Royal Mail, Riverstone Energy, and TCS Group IPO of ISS, Pets at Home and Poundland IPO of AA, B&M and Euronext IPO of NN, FinecoBank and SSP IPO of Pershing and Rocket 16 Line of best fit Money raised bn Uncertainty in Middle East Turmoil in emerging markets Geopolitical unrest Declining oil prices VSTOXX index Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Money raised bn VSTOXX index Figure 19: Historical performance of major market indices since January % % change since 1 Jan % 20% 10% 0% DAX 30 CAC 40 FTSE % sty lut mar kwi maj cze lip sie wrz paź lis gru sty lut mar kwi maj cze lip sie wrz paź lis gru Source: Thomson Reuters 14

15 Further Offers in Europe Almost two thirds of FO proceeds went back into the company rather than to selling shareholders Figure 20: European FOs in 2014 (by value) Figure 21: European FOs in 2013 (by value) 18% Secondary Other 7% Secondary Privatisation 12% Secondary PE backed 37% Primary Rights Offer 26% Primary Offer 31% Secondary Other 11% Secondary Privatisation 27% Primary Rights Offer 16% Primary Offer 16% Secondary PE backed Total money raised by FOs in 2014 increased by 19% from 120.1bn in 2013 to 143.2bn in % of FO proceeds was raised via primary offerings, where the companies themselves receive the money instead of shareholders selling down their positions. As in the previous year, 2014 primary proceeds have mainly been driven by funds being raised by European banks to recapitalise and strengthen their balance sheets due to more stringent capital requirements. Seven of the top ten FOs were by banks, raising over 27.0bn. This includes Deutsche Bank in Germany, Lloyds Banking Group in the UK, Monte dei Paschi in Italy and Eurobank Ergasias in Greece. 56% of FO proceeds in 2014 were raised in London, Euronext and Deutsche Börse, which replicated activity in However, in Italy and Spain FO proceeds tripled year on year raising 14.6bn and 16.3bn respectively in Reflecting a return to health of the general economy and increased IPO numbers. Figure 22: European FO proceeds per exchange ( bn) in 2014 Figure 23: European FO proceeds per exchange ( bn) in Other 7.8 Nasdaq OMX 9.5 Athens 14.6 Borsa Italiana 32.3 London 24.6 Euronext 24.3 Deutsche Börse 16.3 BME 13.6 Other 11.7 Nasdaq OMX 9.6 Athens 4.8 Borsa Italiana 27.7 London 29.7 Euronext 17.6 Deutsche Börse 5.4 BME 15

16 UK focus Overview 2014 saw total proceeds increase by 5bn to 19.4bn or 15.8bn, with 89% being raised by UK based companies Figure 24: London IPO trends (by value) Figure 25: London IPO trends (by volume) bn 5.1bn 14.4bn 19.4bn ,2 0,8 50 Value of IPOs ( bn) ,2 1,3 0,4 0,3 0,1 0,0 0,4 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,2 0,6 0,6 0,9 1,7 10,1 0,8 0,7 0,6 0,2 0,0 3,6 1,8 2,3 1,1 7,0 4,6 9,2 1,3 0,8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q Main AIM and SFM Volume of IPOs Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q Main AIM and SFM London showed strong growth in the first half of 2014 in both the number of IPOs and the money raised, as well as an active further issue market. In 2014, 53 IPOs listed on the Main market, raising 15.8bn or 12.9bn, up 28% from Notably, proceeds raised on AIM grew by more than 70% from 2.1bn ( 1.8bn) to 3.6bn ( 2.9bn), compared to This resulted in 2014 being the fourth strongest year for funds raised on AIM since its launch in The volume of IPOs, however, slowed down notably in the second half of the year largely due to volatile market conditions caused by the Scottish Referendum and global macroeconomic and political uncertainty. Proceeds in the second half of the year only accounted for 18% of total 2014 proceeds. IPOs of domestic companies dominated in 2014 with 83% of the number of IPOs and 89% of total proceeds, however London continues to attract international companies seeking access to a global pool of capital. Figure 26: Top ten UK IPOs in 2014 Issuer Proceeds ( m) * AA 1,385 B&M European Value Retail 1,080 Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate 840 Lenta 571 Saga 550 SSP Group 482 Pets at Home Group 490 TSB Banking Group 455 AO World 423 Poundland Group 375 * Excludes greenshoe 16

17 UK focus Pricing and performance of top five UK IPOs The top three UK IPOs all outperformed the index, but none of the top five priced at the top of their range Figure 27: IPO price versus published price range of top 5 UK IPOs, % 30% 20% 10% 0% 10% 20% AA B&M Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate IPO price Price range Lenta Saga Figure 28: Performance of top 5 UK IPOs, ,0% 5,6% 5,5% 2,9% 3,4% 4,1% 3,8% 2,7% 16,2% AA B&M Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate Share performance as at 31 Dec 2014 (%) Note: Relative to the FTSE All Share Index 32,4% Lenta Saga Index performance as at 31 Dec 2014 (%) 17

18 UK focus Relative performance of London IPOs in 2014 Figure 29: Share price performance of London IPOs relative to the FTSE all share index 60% 40% 20% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Allied Minds Game Digital Spire Healthcare Group SafeCharge International Group Seplat Petroleum Development Company Clipper Logistics Patisserie Holdings AA Manx Telecom SSP Group Fevertree Drinks Mercia Technologies Gamma Communications River and Mercantile Group Card Factory OneSavings Bank Horizon Discovery Group XLMedia FDM Group P2P Global Investments Just Eat Jimmy Choo Crossrider Brit Market Tech Holdings Poundland Group Nomad Holdings TSB Banking Group Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate Fundsmith Emerging Equities Trust B&M European Value Retail DX Group Custodian REIT Fair Oaks Income Fund SQN Asset Finance Income Fund Epwin Group Sanditon Investment Trust Nimrod Sea Assets Matomy Media Group NextEnergy Solar Fund River & Mercantile UK Micro Cap Investment Empiric Student Property Blackstone / Gso Loan Financing John Laing Environmental Assets Group Polypipe Group AO World Virgin Money Holdings Quantum Pharma Boohoo.Com TBC Bank JSC TwentyFour Select Monthly Income Fund Ediston Property Investment Company McColl's Retail Group Volution Group Zoopla Property Group Cambian Group Circassia Pharmaceuticals Saga RM2 International Pets at Home Group Gulf Marine Services Exova Group Lenta Intelligent Energy Holdings MySale Group companies have outperformed the index 16 companies have underperformed the index H1 IPO H2 IPO London Main London AIM Note: UK IPOs raising over $50m Relative performance based on the FTSE All Share Index for Main Market and FSM listed companies and FTSE AIM All Share index for AIM listed companies Source: Dealogic and Thomson Reuters as of 31 December

19 UK focus Private equity trends PEbacked IPOs in 2014 were the highest on record, raising over 11bn and representing 65% of proceeds raised in London Figure 30: Volume of UK PE backed IPOs as a percentage of all UK IPOs * Figure 31: UK PE backed IPO proceeds as a percentage of total UK IPO proceeds * 54% 50% 59% 65% 11% 8% 0% 15% 4% 0% Figure 32: Ten largest UK PEbacked IPOs 2014 Trading date Issuer m excl. greenshoe m incl. greenshoe Sector Market Country PE backed Q2 AA 1,385 1,385 Consumer Services Main UK Yes Q2 B&M European Value Retail 1,080 1,177 Consumer Services Main UK Yes Q1 Lenta Consumer Services Main Russia Yes Q2 Saga Consumer Services Main UK Yes Q1 Pets at Home Group Consumer Services Main UK Yes Q3 SSP Group Consumer Services Main UK Yes Q1 Poundland Group Consumer Services Main UK Yes Q2 Just Eat Consumer Services Main UK Yes Q3 Spire Healthcare Health Care Main UK Yes Q4 Virgin Money Holdings Financials Main UK Yes 2014 continued to see a favourable market for PE backed IPOs with 30 companies raising a total of 11.3bn or 9.1bn, representing 65% of total money raised in London in PE activity in London was the highest on record and the PE theme is reflected in the top ten UK IPOs, seven of which were PEbacked. Consumer Services, specifically Retail, has contributed significantly to PE activity. Eight of the top ten PEbacked IPOs were Consumer Services companies, of which only SSP Group is not classified as Retail, but as Travel & Leisure. This high level of activity is expected to continue into 2015 albeit against a back drop of many companies pursuing dual track processes. It has been widely publicised that United Biscuits was acquired as it was considering an IPO as was Travelex and Trainline to name but a few. * UK IPOs raising over $50m, excluding closedend funds 19

20 UK focus Industry trends Consumer Services dominated with almost half of 2014 proceeds, an absolute increase of 9.0bn compared to 2013 Figure 33: London IPOs by sector (by value) By offering value ( m) * % of total 2014 Q Q Q Q Consumer Services 1,463 9,047 47% 2,861 5, Financials 8,254 5,600 29% 1,814 2, Industrials 2,431 1,613 8% Health Care 389 1,160 6% Oil & Gas % Consumer Goods % Technology % Telecommunications % Utilities % 12 Basic Materials % 10 1 Total value ( m) 14,409 19, % 5,925 9,942 1,899 1,628 We have seen an increased number of companies in the technology sector, particularly ecommerce, join London s markets this year. We expect this trend to continue as fast growing technology business use the London markets to access further development capital. James Anderson Director, Equity Advisory Figure 34: Top rising and falling industries in the UK Risers by Consumer Services From 1.5bn in 2013 to 9.0bn in 2014 Health Care 0.8bn Oil & Gas 0.6bn Financials From 8.3bn in 2013 to 5.6bn in 2014 Industrials 0.8bn Basic Materials 0.7bn Telecom 0.3bn Technology 0.2bn Fallers by Utilities 0.3bn Consumer Goods 0.1bn * Excludes greenshoe 20

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